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  forecast min max
°C °C
Wed icon
Sunny 9 32
Thu icon
Sunny 9 32
Fri icon
Sunny 10 32
Sat icon
Sunny 11 30
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Iran Weather Forecasts for Friday

city forecast min max chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Abadan icon
Sunny 26 40 5% Moderate
Abadeh icon
Sunny 11 28 5% High
Ahwaz icon
Sunny 26 40 5% Moderate
Arak icon
Sunny 8 22 5% Moderate
Bam icon
Sunny 21 37 5% High
Bandar Lengeh icon
Sunny 28 35 5% High
Bandar-Abbas icon
Sunny 27 33 5% High
Birjand icon
Sunny 14 34 5% Moderate
Bojnourd icon
Increasing sunshine 15 26 10% Moderate
Bushehr icon
Sunny 26 35 5% High
Chabahar icon
Sunny 25 32 5% High
Esfahan icon
Sunny 10 32 5% Moderate
Fasa icon
Sunny 12 33 5% High
Gachsaran icon
Sunny 18 35 5% High
Gorgan icon
Mostly sunny 20 29 10% Moderate
Iranshahr icon
Mostly sunny 27 41 10% High
Jask icon
Mostly sunny 28 31 10% Moderate
Kashan icon
Sunny 13 35 5% Moderate
Kerman icon
Sunny 18 33 5% High
Kermanshah icon
Sunny 9 29 5% Moderate
Khoy icon
Sunny 7 25 5% Moderate
Mashhad icon
Sunny 17 33 5% Moderate
Masjed-Soleyman icon
Sunny 20 37 5% Moderate
Omidiyeh icon
Sunny 24 42 5% Moderate
Qasr-e Shirin icon
Sunny 15 35 5% Moderate
Qazvin icon
Mostly sunny 15 28 10% Moderate
Ramsar icon
Showers 20 23 50% Moderate
Rasht icon
Late shower 19 21 40% Moderate
Sabzevar icon
Sunny 14 34 5% Moderate
Saghez icon
Sunny 10 26 5% Moderate
Sanandaj icon
Sunny 14 27 5% Moderate
Semnan icon
Sunny 12 31 5% Moderate
Shahrekord icon
Sunny 5 27 5% High
Shiraz icon
Sunny 10 32 5% High
Tabas icon
Sunny 16 37 5% Moderate
Tabriz icon
Increasing sunshine 10 25 10% Moderate
Tehran icon
Sunny 19 30 5% Moderate
Urmia icon
Sunny 8 24 5% Moderate
Yazd icon
Sunny 20 36 5% Moderate
Zabol icon
Sunny 21 41 5% Moderate
Zahedan icon
Sunny 20 35 5% High
Zanjan icon
Increasing sunshine 9 23 10% Moderate

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